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8 chapters · 5 hours 49 minutes
English · Japanese · Korean|Audio Japanese

clay resin
3 Class Projects

It takes about 2 hours to 6 hours hour(s) to complete each project.

  • semi-three-dimensional blotches

  • Three-dimensional works

  • Three-dimensional works made from molds

Skills You’ll Learn

Semi-three-dimensional design

How to think about motifs and develop them into semi-three-dimensional designs

Three-dimensional design

Differences from semi-three-dimensional objects, how to draw a picture from the side, top, and bottom, and how to create a three-dimensional effect

Prototype making

Mold making and design methods for prototyping

Do you think you can't make “three-dimensional” things yourself?


Nice to meet you! It is CHIMNEY that works mainly on three-dimensional works.

Normally, we not only manufacture and sell small three-dimensional works, but also produce realistically shaped flower vases and goods using illustrations. Also, in addition to individual production and work, I am also focusing on the production of collaborative works with illustrators and works exhibited at solo exhibitions.

At the time of the solo exhibition, I received the cooperation of creators from other industries to produce moving diorama works, etc. In addition to just creating three-dimensional objects, I try to create works so that people can enjoy it in various forms, and that I also try more and more things that interest me.


In this class, you will learn about materials and basic production processes, and teach them how to imagine what you want to make as a three-dimensional object. Let's give shape to what you've imagined in your head.

If you can create three-dimensional works, your expression will expand even more!

In everyday production, we design animals and original characters so that their personalities and emotions are slightly conveyed through poses so that people can remember their familiaritymadeI'm doing it.

Instead of just making, I create works with the feeling of developing and challenging while testing materials I'm interested in at that time and ways of making them that I have never done before as much as possible.


From semi-three-dimensional, which is easy for beginners to challenge

Even three-dimensional modeling made with authentic molds


While knowing the materials and tools, I carefully thought about things that are easy for me to make and would like to try, and made it a class where they could apply what they learned.

The type and amount of tools required varies depending on what you want to make, so I made the kit volume so that you can get that feeling in class.

There are many types of clay alone on the market, so after attending the course, I hope you will be interested in other materials and tools and take on new challenges. Also, I would recommend taking it at a good tempo until completion rather than building it in detail.


Let's learn about the fun of materializing things that could only be imagined on a flat surface in three dimensions, and expand the world of manufacturing together.

Curriculum

Creator

CHIMNEY

CHIMNEY

In addition to producing and selling small three-dimensional works, we also produce realistically shaped flower vases and goods using illustrations. Also, in addition to individual production and work, I am also focusing on the production of collaborative works with illustrators and works exhibited at solo exhibitions. At the time of the solo exhibition, I received the cooperation of creators from other industries, and also produced moving diorama works. In addition to just creating three-dimensional objects, I try to create works so that people can enjoy it in various forms, and that I also try more and more things that interest me.


Creator Interviews

Q. How did your teacher start three-dimensional modeling?

When I was a high school student, I watched movies and food toys from old anime, and I was moved by the fact that what I thought was two-dimensional was right in front of me, and I became interested in three-dimensional objects. I became a university student and became interested in the genre of designer toys, and my friend set up a “three-dimensional modeling club” at university around the same time, so I began to create three-dimensional works myself. (Incidentally, I was attending an art college, but my major wasn't modeling. lol)


Q. Why did you offer online classes with CLASS101?

I've often heard voices saying that they are interested in three-dimensional modeling but don't know what to start with, but I don't think it's difficult to start modeling if you know the materials and tools. I decided to start the course because I wanted to lower the hurdles involved in three-dimensional modeling!


Q. What points did you put the most effort into when planning the class? Who would you recommend this class to?

There are various materials and tools in the world, and the ones I use everyday are just a few of them. There are different materials and tools that people want to use and want to use, so I thought about the curriculum in the hope that you can expand your interests while introducing various options! It is highly recommended for those who enjoy making things through trial and error.


Q. What kind of experience do you want the students to have through this class?

I want you to know the fun of materializing things that could only be imagined on a flat surface in three dimensions.


Q. Please give a message to the students!

In addition to just making three-dimensional objects, I want them to expand the world of manufacturing while knowing various materials and tools. I'm really looking forward to seeing what kind of works will come out of your hands!

takochin

takochin

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